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How to Fail Forward and NEVER be Scared of Failing Again

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The only way for us to learn is through failing over and over… Failing forward is the pathway to success. So instead of being scared of failing… be more scared of not improving or never trying. Let’s fail forward together.

 

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We took the girls skating the other day – It was both our girls first time skating ever!

Learning how to do something new can be frustrating…

Because you aren’t that great at first… And honestly you are going to fall down a lot.

 

There were some tears.

 

But then we taught Aidalyn to celebrate every fall because it meant she was trying and getting better with each fall.

 

She was falling forward.

 

Don’t forget that even as adults, we need to take chances and try new things.

 

We need to fail and fail often. If we are failing, it means we are getting closer to our win.

 

What have you failed at recently??

What have you learned?

How are you better?

 

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Angela Parker

Writer & Entrepreneur at Grassfed Mama
I’m a mama of 3 that just wanted to feel like myself again… and took the steps to change my LIFE!

I feel like motherhood was the most amazing thing that ever happened to me… but I had to discover how to not lose myself in the process.

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I teach busy moms how to make simple healthy swaps that make a huge impact on their health and results.
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